Well its my sixth day on zoloft..i have a constant headache its not going away which makes my panic worse. It sucks to be so young n going through this. I see a Psychiatrist on friday to get something fast acting like klanopin or xanax i know their addicting but i need something to help me until the zoloft kicks in. I have one more wk n then side effects should be gone. HOPEFULLY. Email me whenever you need to talk Omgitsbreee@yahoo.comView Thread
you helped alot..Im an eighteen year old suffering from really bad anxiety and panic disorder. Feels like im stuck in a bad trip. i recently got prescribed zoloft but these side effects are aweful im getting panic attacks worse then before. Ive only been on it for five days though. im so glad im not alone..I FEEL LIKE IM GOING CRAZY View Thread
Get an ice cube and hold it on your inner wrist. Leave it there till it completely melts. The sensation you get will take your mind off of the symptoms n stress. Your arm n hand will get numb but dont freak out its just ice it wont hurt you! (:View Thread
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